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2018 has been a good year for buying a used car

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December 19th 2018 info review

Skoda Fabia

In terms of the best small cars on offer, of course the Ford Fiesta is still very much the nation's favourite; as the most sold model in the UK for the year. But a worthy alternative, the Skoda Fabia, has truly found its place this year. Around £10,000 is now enough to get you a one-year-old model that comes with some great features, including rear parking sensors, smartphone mirroring, air-con, and alloy wheels.

Vauxhall Astra

If you're in the market for a family car, you can't really go wrong with an Astra hatchback. Models from 2015 up until today have a much more upmarket feel and have really come into their own against competition from the VW Golf and Ford Focus in recent years. With its own 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and an infotainment system complete with mod-cons like Apple Car Pay and Android Audio, the Astra can bring a seamless, feel-good feeling to even the longest car journeys.

Kia Sorento

The Kia Sorento has become one of the UK's most popular, large SUVs in the past couple of years. Models offer a very vast and practical, spacious interior when compared to some of its more expensive rivals like the Land Rover Discovery, making it a very viable used car contender. You can pick up a 2017 Kia Sorento, and choose between a five or seven-seater option, with prices currently around £26,000.

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe

When it comes to slightly more executive-feeling used cars in 2018, the BMW 4 series Gran Coupe is an exciting prospect for any driver. For less than £25,000 you can grab yourself a sleek, luxurious and stand-out car that not only offers you a beautiful shape but also practical usage. From a hatchback boot for everyday ventures to a series of additional extras found in most used options, you'll find that the Coupe has a lot to offer and an array of choice for a relatively low price.

Porsche Cayman

The Porsche Cayman is arguably more practical than most sports cars, equipped with enough space for a couple of soft bags or even a golf bag under its bonnet and available used for just under £40,000. When looking to buy a sports car though, we know space isn't necessarily going to be a key consideration - which is why we think it's important for you to know, the car's six-cylinder engine means it makes a great noise and places itself right at the top of the rev range.

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